Port Food: Where to Eat in Veniceby Lisa Cheng | February 08, 2017
Once a stop along the ancient spice route, the city of canals is distinctive for its cuisine. Between dazzling peeps of palazzos and galleries, bridges and waterways, and churches adorned with marble and frescoes, you'll want to seek sustenance in Venice’s many cozy osterias (casual eateries) or bacari (wine bars). Just consider yourself warned: the city is full of tourist traps, which means an uninformed choice could lead to a mediocre meal. Here, our guide to navigating the food scene in Venice — one unforgettable meal at a time.
Lisa Cheng is a New York-based writer for ShermansCruise who also writes for Travel + Leisure.